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Here are today's Mizzou links.

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Mizzou Tigers pennant What's on... In a few weeks

NIGHT GAME

I'll be there. You should be there too.

Seriously.

Yep

The Trib: A sleepless night is in order after frustrating loss

Mizzou Tigers pennant Everything is terrible

Post-Dispatch - Matter: Mizzou missed a chance to erase the demons of 2015

It's a video, so you'll have to click the link and watch it. You're going to want to do so, Dave has some wonderful observations.

Post-Dispatch - BenFred: More heartbreak ahead if Mizzou doesn't play smarter

Mizzou Tigers pennant Just kidding, things are looking up

KC Star - Rewind: What we learned from Mizzou's loss to Georgia

MU notes: What’s in a name? Let cornerback Aarion Penton explain

Mizzou Tigers pennantLike usual, basketball news is here to make us feel better

4-star point guard C.J. Roberts commits to Missouri

Roberts visited Columbia this past weekend and evidently enjoyed himself. On the eve of Roberts’ visit, our Sam Snelling talked about his importance to the 2017 signing class.

Roberts isn’t the instant impact the staff was hoping to land with some of their earlier efforts, but he’s a freshman who will upgrade the talent on the roster and possibly challenge incumbent starter Terrence Phillips for playing time with the different things he brings to the table. Kim Anderson has stepped up to show Roberts how important he is to the Tigers future, with lead recruiter Steve Shields. Anderson and Shields have prioritized the Texas guard, and have him coming to campus this weekend.

That's not the only one!

MU women's basketball lands out-of-state commit

On Monday night, Green announced on Twitter that she had verbally committed to playing women's basketball for the Tigers. The 5 foot 9 guard, a three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, averaged 15 points and six rebounds as a junior at Homewood-Flossmoor in Illinois.

We can always count on you, basketball.